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Winter semester 2019/2020 71 Seminars
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SWS Semester weekly hours Teachers Degree
5.04.4667 Zemax Monday: 17:00 - 19:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), T126, HS EL

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lecture and project lecture and project
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
  • Master
5.04.6611 Advanced Optical Spectroscopy Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

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The module phy632 Spectrophysics is usually offered during the winter semester. Exceptionally please visit 5.04.4650 Seminar: Femtosekunden-Spektroskopie next summer semester plus 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy (offered each semester) to complete the module. It is parallel with the seminar "Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy" (depending on the amount of participants) which counts for phy631 Advanced Metroloy . Examination: presentation in each part. The module phy632 Spectrophysics is usually offered during the winter semester. Exceptionally please visit 5.04.4650 Seminar: Femtosekunden-Spektroskopie next summer semester plus 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy (offered each semester) to complete the module. It is parallel with the seminar "Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy" (depending on the amount of participants) which counts for phy631 Advanced Metroloy . Examination: presentation in each part.
Seminar 2 Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
Prof. Dr. Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Markus Schellenberg
  • Master
5.04.657 Optical Imaging: lens systems and sensor technology Monday: 14:00 - 17:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), T141 HS EL

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2 SWS Labor nach Vereinbahrung 2 SWS Labor nach Vereinbahrung
Lecture - Ulrich Teubner
Hans Josef Brückner
  • Master
5.04.4661 Spectrophysics The course times are not decided yet.
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The module phy632 Spectrophysics is uosually offered during the winter semester. Exceptionally please visit 5.04.4650 Seminar: Femtosekunden-Spektroskopie next summer semester plus 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy (offered each semester) to complete the module. It is recommended to take 5.04.4651 Vorlesung: Fouriertechniken in der Physik this semester. Students gain in depth theoretical as experimental knowledge on advanced optical spectroscopy applied to atomic and molecular systems. They are qualified in setting up innovative methods and measurement devices based on their expert competence in up-to-date research and development areas. The course prepares the students to work in the field of optical science and engineering in general, and yields the base for all further specialisations within the field of optics and laser technology. Content: Atomic structure and atomic spectra, molecular structure and molecular spectra, emission and absorption, width and shape of spectral lines, radiative transfer and transition probabilities, elementary plasma spectroscopy, experimental tools in spectroscopy, dispersive and interferometric spectrometers, light sources and detectors, laser spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, time resolved spectroscopy, coherent spectroscopy The module phy632 Spectrophysics is uosually offered during the winter semester. Exceptionally please visit 5.04.4650 Seminar: Femtosekunden-Spektroskopie next summer semester plus 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy (offered each semester) to complete the module. It is recommended to take 5.04.4651 Vorlesung: Fouriertechniken in der Physik this semester. Students gain in depth theoretical as experimental knowledge on advanced optical spectroscopy applied to atomic and molecular systems. They are qualified in setting up innovative methods and measurement devices based on their expert competence in up-to-date research and development areas. The course prepares the students to work in the field of optical science and engineering in general, and yields the base for all further specialisations within the field of optics and laser technology. Content: Atomic structure and atomic spectra, molecular structure and molecular spectra, emission and absorption, width and shape of spectral lines, radiative transfer and transition probabilities, elementary plasma spectroscopy, experimental tools in spectroscopy, dispersive and interferometric spectrometers, light sources and detectors, laser spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, time resolved spectroscopy, coherent spectroscopy
Lecture - N. N.
  • Master
5.06.032 Solar Thermal Monday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

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Students gain knowledge on: - Assessment of solar thermal ambient parameters: regional global, diffuse, reflected solar radiation on horizontal and on tilted plane, ambient temperature - Solar thermal collectors - Solar thermal heat exchangers - Solar thermal storages - Solar thermal systems and their operation - Characterization of solar thermal system - Asessment methods for solar system behaviour Students gain knowledge on: - Assessment of solar thermal ambient parameters: regional global, diffuse, reflected solar radiation on horizontal and on tilted plane, ambient temperature - Solar thermal collectors - Solar thermal heat exchangers - Solar thermal storages - Solar thermal systems and their operation - Characterization of solar thermal system - Asessment methods for solar system behaviour
Lecture 2 Dr. Herena Torio
  • Master
5.04.4203 Angewandte Psychophysik Wednesday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 16/10/19)

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Detailed knowledge of the theoretical concepts underlying listening tests and of modern designs of listening tests. Knowledge about human auditory perception and its application in e.g. vehicle acoustics and digital signal processing. Subjective listening experiment design and models of human auditory perception will be treated with a focus on application in sound quality measurement (e.g. for vehicle noise and sound reproduction) and in digital signal processing algorithm development (e.g. for low bit-rate audio coding and headphone virtualizers). Detailed knowledge of the theoretical concepts underlying listening tests and of modern designs of listening tests. Knowledge about human auditory perception and its application in e.g. vehicle acoustics and digital signal processing. Subjective listening experiment design and models of human auditory perception will be treated with a focus on application in sound quality measurement (e.g. for vehicle noise and sound reproduction) and in digital signal processing algorithm development (e.g. for low bit-rate audio coding and headphone virtualizers).
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Steven van de Par
  • Master
5.04.638 Ü8 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

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Exercises 2 Arsalan Najeeb
  • Bachelor
5.04.612Ü1 Exercises Mechanics Friday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

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Exercises 2 Anitta Rose Thomas
  • Bachelor
5.04.050Ü4 Übungen zum Vorkurs Mathematik (fakultativ) - english exercise Dates on Monday. 23.09.19 10:00 - 12:00, Monday. 23.09.19 15:00 - 17:00, Tuesday. 24.09.19 10:00 - 12:00, Tuesday. 24.09.19 15:00 - 17:00, Wednesday. 25.09.19 10:00 - 12:00, Wednesday. 25.09.19 15:00 - 17:00, Thursday. 26.09.19 10:00 - 12:00, Thursday. 26.09.19 15:00 - 17:00, Friday. 27.09.19 10:00 - 12:00, Friday. 27.09.19 15:00 - 17:00 ...(more)
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Exercises - Maximilian Klaß
5.04.4238 Wind Physics Student's Lab (Wind2Grid) Tuesday: 10:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

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The “Wind Physics Student’s Lab” aims to foster the learning processes in courses and seminars by own research activities of the students in wind physics. The course is offered in the scope of the initiative FLiF+ (German: “Forschendes Lernen im Focus”) at the University Oldenburg (see https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/flif/) and is organised as seminar with integrated work in the laboratory. Groups of two students each will investigate an individual, self-formulated research question and will be guided by the supervisors through the research-based learning process. In order to introduce the students to current wind energy research, each of three research groups at ForWind – University Oldenburg will supervise one seminar in a certain field. These topical seminars will be offered in subsequent semesters or in parallel. Each semester the available seminars will be announced. The seminar “Dynamics and control of grid-connected wind turbines“ is related to the work of the research group Wind Energy Systems (WESys). It intends to give a deeper insight into two fields of wind engineering: One is the grid connection and interaction of wind turbines and the other is their operational control as special case in the field of control engineering. The seminar uses an experimental system which allows to investigate control tasks and interaction mechanisms of the functional chain of wind field, rotor, drive train, generator, transformer and electric grid. The seminar consists of three main phases: 1st phase: Preparational learning • building up basic competences • identification of the technical tasks • introduction to current research • introduction to the experiment • investigating standard situations, physical effects and functional principles by means of the experimental system 2nd phase: Research-based learning • defining own research questions • defining an experimental strategy • planning the experiment • set-up, execution, data acquisition and decommissioning of the experiment 3rd phase: Evaluation and documentation • evaluating the experiment • documentation with a short report (paper) • presentation. The “Wind Physics Student’s Lab” aims to foster the learning processes in courses and seminars by own research activities of the students in wind physics. The course is offered in the scope of the initiative FLiF+ (German: “Forschendes Lernen im Focus”) at the University Oldenburg (see https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/flif/) and is organised as seminar with integrated work in the laboratory. Groups of two students each will investigate an individual, self-formulated research question and will be guided by the supervisors through the research-based learning process. In order to introduce the students to current wind energy research, each of three research groups at ForWind – University Oldenburg will supervise one seminar in a certain field. These topical seminars will be offered in subsequent semesters or in parallel. Each semester the available seminars will be announced. The seminar “Dynamics and control of grid-connected wind turbines“ is related to the work of the research group Wind Energy Systems (WESys). It intends to give a deeper insight into two fields of wind engineering: One is the grid connection and interaction of wind turbines and the other is their operational control as special case in the field of control engineering. The seminar uses an experimental system which allows to investigate control tasks and interaction mechanisms of the functional chain of wind field, rotor, drive train, generator, transformer and electric grid. The seminar consists of three main phases: 1st phase: Preparational learning • building up basic competences • identification of the technical tasks • introduction to current research • introduction to the experiment • investigating standard situations, physical effects and functional principles by means of the experimental system 2nd phase: Research-based learning • defining own research questions • defining an experimental strategy • planning the experiment • set-up, execution, data acquisition and decommissioning of the experiment 3rd phase: Evaluation and documentation • evaluating the experiment • documentation with a short report (paper) • presentation.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
Dr. Detlev Heinemann
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Hermann Schmidt
  • Master
5.06.031 Biomass Energy Friday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

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The students will understand the principles and potential uses for biomass as well as the shortcomings of biomass as a renewable energy. The students will develop an understanding of the growth and degradation of every type of biomass, as well as the basics of a balanced ecosystem and the sustainable use of biomass. Students gain basic understanding on biomass processing technologies. In cooperation with the Energy Systems & Society Module, one shall gain an understanding of the connection between man and the function of a healthy ecosystem and its preservation. Competence: The students gain competencies with critical discourse of competitive uses of biomass between human consumption, animal feed, raw material and fuel. The students are taught the issues concerning biomass transportation as well as the economic and ecological criteria involving its planning and use. They develop criteria, in order to address the complex relation between the future and a sustainable energy supply. The students gain competence to better the living conditions of rural inhabitants in developing countries through improved applications of biomass for daily energy needs. Content: Basic Understanding of: • Nature or photosynthesis: chemical storage of solar energy; Efficiency of Plants • Composition of biomass: sugar, starch, fat, oils, protein, lignin • Knowledge of typical crop yield and energy content of various plants • Typical energy crops in different climates • Form and distribution of biomass uses in different geographic and climatic regions • Traditional and modern energetic uses of biomass as well as the efficiency and technology • Degradation process of biomass: Microorganisms, classification and metabolism (main degradation) Sustainable Biomass Use • Soil fertility, decrease and destruction of natural fertility • Soil ecology • Growth and diversity of biomass • Roll of the microorganism in the metabolic cycle Technology The guiding theme are the principles of traditional and modern energetic use of biomass, the constraints and efficiencies for food preparation, transport, and thermal and electrical energy production • Biomass cookers, Improved Cook Stoves • Wood gasification • Biogas equipment • Biodiesel production • Ethanol production from sugarcane • Methanol production The students will understand the principles and potential uses for biomass as well as the shortcomings of biomass as a renewable energy. The students will develop an understanding of the growth and degradation of every type of biomass, as well as the basics of a balanced ecosystem and the sustainable use of biomass. Students gain basic understanding on biomass processing technologies. In cooperation with the Energy Systems & Society Module, one shall gain an understanding of the connection between man and the function of a healthy ecosystem and its preservation. Competence: The students gain competencies with critical discourse of competitive uses of biomass between human consumption, animal feed, raw material and fuel. The students are taught the issues concerning biomass transportation as well as the economic and ecological criteria involving its planning and use. They develop criteria, in order to address the complex relation between the future and a sustainable energy supply. The students gain competence to better the living conditions of rural inhabitants in developing countries through improved applications of biomass for daily energy needs. Content: Basic Understanding of: • Nature or photosynthesis: chemical storage of solar energy; Efficiency of Plants • Composition of biomass: sugar, starch, fat, oils, protein, lignin • Knowledge of typical crop yield and energy content of various plants • Typical energy crops in different climates • Form and distribution of biomass uses in different geographic and climatic regions • Traditional and modern energetic uses of biomass as well as the efficiency and technology • Degradation process of biomass: Microorganisms, classification and metabolism (main degradation) Sustainable Biomass Use • Soil fertility, decrease and destruction of natural fertility • Soil ecology • Growth and diversity of biomass • Roll of the microorganism in the metabolic cycle Technology The guiding theme are the principles of traditional and modern energetic use of biomass, the constraints and efficiencies for food preparation, transport, and thermal and electrical energy production • Biomass cookers, Improved Cook Stoves • Wood gasification • Biogas equipment • Biodiesel production • Ethanol production from sugarcane • Methanol production
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Michael Wark, Dipl.-Chem.
Dr.-Ing. Alexandra Pehlken
  • Master
5.04.638 Ü3 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 21/10/19)

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Exercises 2 Muhammad Zain Sohail
  • Bachelor
5.06.021 Energy Meteorology Tuesday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

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Lecture 2 Dr. Detlev Heinemann
  • Master
5.06.033 Hydro- & Marine Power Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), Location: W16A 015/016
Wednesday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 16/10/19), Location: W16A 013, W16A 011
Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 17/10/19), Location: W32 1-112
Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/19), Location: W16A 015/016
Dates on Wednesday. 22.01.20 18:00 - 21:00, Room: W16A 015/016

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Lecture Goal and Competencies: The lecture Hydro Power I seeks to familiarize students with technological, socioeconomic and ecological aspects. Students get acquainted with basics of the technical components of Hydro Power (HP) and Ocean Power (OP) systems: their setup, their operation, their specific challenges and their linkages with one another. At the end of this unit students may size a HP for given local geographic and hydrological conditions on a basic level. They can describe the entire setup as well as individual components. They are aware of basic challenges beyond the technical problems of HP and OP systems. Students are in the position to list advantages and disadvantages of HP and OP in comparison with other renewable energy technology. Detailed Content*: • 2h Theoretical background – general hydraulic terms, Bernoulli Equation, Major Empirical Formulae and their backgrounds. • 2h Water Resource – catchment area, seasonal precipitation, flow duration curve, dam, & run off river. • 2h Powerhouse – penstock, water hammer, cavitation, tailrace. • 4h Turbines – main types of turbines, their characteristics & their components. • 3h Ocean Power Overview * indicated times are face-to-face times. Lecture Goal and Competencies: The lecture Hydro Power I seeks to familiarize students with technological, socioeconomic and ecological aspects. Students get acquainted with basics of the technical components of Hydro Power (HP) and Ocean Power (OP) systems: their setup, their operation, their specific challenges and their linkages with one another. At the end of this unit students may size a HP for given local geographic and hydrological conditions on a basic level. They can describe the entire setup as well as individual components. They are aware of basic challenges beyond the technical problems of HP and OP systems. Students are in the position to list advantages and disadvantages of HP and OP in comparison with other renewable energy technology. Detailed Content*: • 2h Theoretical background – general hydraulic terms, Bernoulli Equation, Major Empirical Formulae and their backgrounds. • 2h Water Resource – catchment area, seasonal precipitation, flow duration curve, dam, & run off river. • 2h Powerhouse – penstock, water hammer, cavitation, tailrace. • 4h Turbines – main types of turbines, their characteristics & their components. • 3h Ocean Power Overview * indicated times are face-to-face times.
Lecture - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
  • Master
5.04.709 Berufsfeldbezogenes Praktikum Engineering Physics Dates on Tuesday. 15.10.19 17:00 - 19:00
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Anmeldung: "prx108_110_Berufsfeldbezogenes_Praktikum_Praxismodul_Engineering_Physics.xlsx" (siehe Dateien) ausfüllen. Spätere Termine: 2. Vorlesungswoche im SoSe - April 2020 Hinweise zur Praxisphase: 1. Vor Antritt der Praxisphase eine Betreuerin / einen Betreuer an den beteiligten Hochschulen suchen. Liste siehe: https://uol.de/fileadmin/user_upload/f5/download/Studium_und_Lehre/Prueferlisten/2018/4_15IfP_PL_FBa_EngineeringPhysics.pdf 2. Praxisstelle suchen. Die thematische und zeitliche Verknüpfung mit der Bachelor Thesis ist möglich. Es sind zwei getrennte Prüfungsleistungen erforderlich. Genauere Absprache erfolgt mit den jeweiligen Betreuenden. 3. Durchführung (Dauer: 2 Monate) 4. Anerkennung: - Erforderliche Unterlagen lt. Prüfungsordnung (Bericht/Poster…) erstellen und Betreuerin/Betreuer zur Benotung vorlegen. Das Poster kann zeitlich unabhängig von der Präsentation bewertet werden. - Anmeldung zur Posterpräsentation unter Stud IP: 5.04.709 Berufsfeldbezogenes Praktikum Engineering Physcis, Datei prx108_110 Berufsfeldbezogenes Praktikum_Praxismodul Engineering Physics ausfüllen - (Falls die Veröffentlichung erlaubt ist: Hochladen der Poster-Datei unter Stud IP 5.04.709 (Dateiname: Name_Betreuer_Semester_Titel)) - Präsentation des Posters Termine i.d.R. jeweils im April (Sommersemester) und in der O-Woche im Oktober (Wintersemester) in der Woche vor Semesterbeginn. Poster direkt mit zur Veranstaltung bringen und anschließend abgeben. Erläuterung des Inhalts (ca. 5 min) und Diskussion erfolgt am Poster in wechselnden Einzel- oder Kleingruppen. (Es ist keine extra PowerPoint Präsentation nötig.) Betreuerinnen und Betreuer der Hochschulen und Firmen sind herzlich eingeladen. - Minimale Angeben auf dem Poster: Titel, Name, Email-Adresse, Studiengang, Betreuer Hochschule & Firma, Logo’s beider Hochschule & Firma, Größe 70cm x 100cm. Poster, die schon auf Konferenzen präsentiert worden sind, können abweichen. Serviceleistung: Posterdruck an der HS Emden/Leer - Kostenloser Posterdruck für wissenschaftliche Zwecke bei vorhandenem Druckkontingent (1200 A4 Seiten/Semester) - Account beantragen/verlängern (mind. 2 Wochen Vorlaufzeit): engineering.physics@hs-emden-leer.de - Posterdatei (PDF) per email an plotter@hs-emden-leer.de schicken. Mindestens eine Woche Vorlaufzeit einplanen. - Nachricht an sandra.koch@hs-emden-leer.de, falls das Poster aus Emden direkt zur Präsentation mitgebracht werden soll. Ablauf der Posterpräsentation: - Poster aufhängen (Pinnwand und Nadeln sind vorhanden) - Kurze Erläuterung vorbereiten (ca. 5 min) - Evtl. Handout/Poster in A4 zum Verteilen erstellen - In lockerer Atmosphäre das eigene Poster einzelnen Personen oder Kleingruppen erläutern und selbst andere Poster ansehen. - Die Poster werden am Ende der Veranstaltung eingesammelt. Anmeldung: "prx108_110_Berufsfeldbezogenes_Praktikum_Praxismodul_Engineering_Physics.xlsx" (siehe Dateien) ausfüllen. Spätere Termine: 2. Vorlesungswoche im SoSe - April 2020 Hinweise zur Praxisphase: 1. Vor Antritt der Praxisphase eine Betreuerin / einen Betreuer an den beteiligten Hochschulen suchen. Liste siehe: https://uol.de/fileadmin/user_upload/f5/download/Studium_und_Lehre/Prueferlisten/2018/4_15IfP_PL_FBa_EngineeringPhysics.pdf 2. Praxisstelle suchen. Die thematische und zeitliche Verknüpfung mit der Bachelor Thesis ist möglich. Es sind zwei getrennte Prüfungsleistungen erforderlich. Genauere Absprache erfolgt mit den jeweiligen Betreuenden. 3. Durchführung (Dauer: 2 Monate) 4. Anerkennung: - Erforderliche Unterlagen lt. Prüfungsordnung (Bericht/Poster…) erstellen und Betreuerin/Betreuer zur Benotung vorlegen. Das Poster kann zeitlich unabhängig von der Präsentation bewertet werden. - Anmeldung zur Posterpräsentation unter Stud IP: 5.04.709 Berufsfeldbezogenes Praktikum Engineering Physcis, Datei prx108_110 Berufsfeldbezogenes Praktikum_Praxismodul Engineering Physics ausfüllen - (Falls die Veröffentlichung erlaubt ist: Hochladen der Poster-Datei unter Stud IP 5.04.709 (Dateiname: Name_Betreuer_Semester_Titel)) - Präsentation des Posters Termine i.d.R. jeweils im April (Sommersemester) und in der O-Woche im Oktober (Wintersemester) in der Woche vor Semesterbeginn. Poster direkt mit zur Veranstaltung bringen und anschließend abgeben. Erläuterung des Inhalts (ca. 5 min) und Diskussion erfolgt am Poster in wechselnden Einzel- oder Kleingruppen. (Es ist keine extra PowerPoint Präsentation nötig.) Betreuerinnen und Betreuer der Hochschulen und Firmen sind herzlich eingeladen. - Minimale Angeben auf dem Poster: Titel, Name, Email-Adresse, Studiengang, Betreuer Hochschule & Firma, Logo’s beider Hochschule & Firma, Größe 70cm x 100cm. Poster, die schon auf Konferenzen präsentiert worden sind, können abweichen. Serviceleistung: Posterdruck an der HS Emden/Leer - Kostenloser Posterdruck für wissenschaftliche Zwecke bei vorhandenem Druckkontingent (1200 A4 Seiten/Semester) - Account beantragen/verlängern (mind. 2 Wochen Vorlaufzeit): engineering.physics@hs-emden-leer.de - Posterdatei (PDF) per email an plotter@hs-emden-leer.de schicken. Mindestens eine Woche Vorlaufzeit einplanen. - Nachricht an sandra.koch@hs-emden-leer.de, falls das Poster aus Emden direkt zur Präsentation mitgebracht werden soll. Ablauf der Posterpräsentation: - Poster aufhängen (Pinnwand und Nadeln sind vorhanden) - Kurze Erläuterung vorbereiten (ca. 5 min) - Evtl. Handout/Poster in A4 zum Verteilen erstellen - In lockerer Atmosphäre das eigene Poster einzelnen Personen oder Kleingruppen erläutern und selbst andere Poster ansehen. - Die Poster werden am Ende der Veranstaltung eingesammelt.
Practical course - Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
Bert Struve
  • Bachelor
5.04.256b Introduction to Matlab Tuesday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

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This course is geared towards Engineering Physics students in their 3rd Semester. Please consider subscribing for an other lecture if you are already in a higher semester or even in your Master study. It contains a lecture (Tuesdays) and an exercise (Fridays). There will be a programming project in the end of the semester including an oral colloquium about your project work. Students acquire knowledge of the most important ideas and methods of computer science including one programming language. Content: - General fundamentals of computer systems - Input/output - Numbers, characters, arrays, strings - Algorithms - Programming language (Matlab) - Functions (procedural programming) - Program files (modular programming) - Introduction to GUI programming This course is geared towards Engineering Physics students in their 3rd Semester. Please consider subscribing for an other lecture if you are already in a higher semester or even in your Master study. It contains a lecture (Tuesdays) and an exercise (Fridays). There will be a programming project in the end of the semester including an oral colloquium about your project work. Students acquire knowledge of the most important ideas and methods of computer science including one programming language. Content: - General fundamentals of computer systems - Input/output - Numbers, characters, arrays, strings - Algorithms - Programming language (Matlab) - Functions (procedural programming) - Program files (modular programming) - Introduction to GUI programming
Lecture - Markus Schellenberg
  • Bachelor
5.04.638 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), Location: W04 1-162
Dates on Wednesday. 05.02.20 14:00 - 16:00, Room: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)

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Aim: To obtain advanced knowledge in application of mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and engineering. Content: Complex analysis (derivatives, integration, Taylor and Laurent series, residue theorem) Fourier and Laplace transforms Ordinary differential equations Partial differential equations Aim: To obtain advanced knowledge in application of mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and engineering. Content: Complex analysis (derivatives, integration, Taylor and Laurent series, residue theorem) Fourier and Laplace transforms Ordinary differential equations Partial differential equations
Lecture 2 Prof. Volker Hohmann, Dipl.-Phys.
  • Bachelor
5.04.612Ü3 Exercises Mechanics Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

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Exercises 2 Hamsa Ahmed
  • Bachelor
5.04.637 Laboratory Project I Thursday: 09:00 - 13:00, weekly (from 24/10/19), Gruppe A
Thursday: 14:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 24/10/19), Gruppe B
Dates on Wednesday. 16.10.19 - Thursday. 17.10.19 08:30 - 15:00

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Lab project I has to take place at the University of Applied Science/Emden. Lab project II is related to the specialization. Please subscribe to the list of lab projects I in time, as announced. Introductory class will be in Emden on the first Wednesday from 9:00 – 10:00 for the morningen group and from 14:00 - 15:00 for the afternoon group. The projects start afterwards on the same day. Participation at the introduction session and final session is mandatory. Detailed project information can be given by the supervisor. List of Projects: see "Dateien". Lab project I has to take place at the University of Applied Science/Emden. Lab project II is related to the specialization. Please subscribe to the list of lab projects I in time, as announced. Introductory class will be in Emden on the first Wednesday from 9:00 – 10:00 for the morningen group and from 14:00 - 15:00 for the afternoon group. The projects start afterwards on the same day. Participation at the introduction session and final session is mandatory. Detailed project information can be given by the supervisor. List of Projects: see "Dateien".
Practical - Hans Josef Brückner
Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
Markus Schellenberg
Bert Struve
Ulrich Teubner
Prof. Dr. Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schüning
Stefan Wild
Johannes Diekhoff
Lars Jepsen
Sabine Tiedeken
Volker Braun
Arno Hinrichs
  • Bachelor
5.04.624a Introduction to Laser & Optics Dates on Tuesday. 22.10.19 14:00 - 15:00, Tuesday. 26.11.19 14:00 - 20:00, Thursday. 28.11.19 07:50 - 20:00, Tuesday. 03.12.19 14:00 - 20:00, Tuesday. 10.12.19 14:00 - 19:00
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Five excursions to various companies, e.g. Desy, Fincontec, Windguard, Meyerwerft, SmarAct, (LzH, Bias) within one semester. The mentioned dates are not fixed yet. Starting point is Oldenburg. Introduction to relevant research fields in Laser and Optics. Knowledge of the characteristics of waves, optical radiation, design und function of optical elements and instruments, basic design of photonic systems and optical metrology. Five excursions to various companies, e.g. Desy, Fincontec, Windguard, Meyerwerft, SmarAct, (LzH, Bias) within one semester. The mentioned dates are not fixed yet. Starting point is Oldenburg. Introduction to relevant research fields in Laser and Optics. Knowledge of the characteristics of waves, optical radiation, design und function of optical elements and instruments, basic design of photonic systems and optical metrology.
Study trip - Hans Josef Brückner
Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
Prof. Dr. Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Markus Schellenberg
Bert Struve
Ulrich Teubner
  • Bachelor
5.06.035 Photovoltaics Wednesday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 16/10/19), Location: W32 1-112, W16A 004, (entfällt)
Wednesday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 16/10/19), Location: W16A 013, W16A 011

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Lecture 2 Robin Knecht
  • Master
5.06.803 Report & Presentation External Training Wednesday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 16/10/19)

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Seminar 2 Robin Knecht
  • Master
5.04.256a Introduction to Matlab Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)
Friday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

Description:
This course is geared towards Engineering Physics students in their 3rd Semester. Please consider subscribing for an other lecture if you are already in a higher semester or even in your Master study. It contains a lecture (Mondays) and an exercise (Fridays). There will be exercises and a programming project in the end of the semester including an oral colloquium about your project work. Students acquire knowledge of the most important ideas and methods of computer science including one programming language. Content: - General fundamentals of computer systems - Input/output - Numbers, characters, arrays, strings - Algorithms - Programming language (Matlab) - Functions (procedural programming) - Program files (modular programming) - Introduction to GUI programming This course is geared towards Engineering Physics students in their 3rd Semester. Please consider subscribing for an other lecture if you are already in a higher semester or even in your Master study. It contains a lecture (Mondays) and an exercise (Fridays). There will be exercises and a programming project in the end of the semester including an oral colloquium about your project work. Students acquire knowledge of the most important ideas and methods of computer science including one programming language. Content: - General fundamentals of computer systems - Input/output - Numbers, characters, arrays, strings - Algorithms - Programming language (Matlab) - Functions (procedural programming) - Program files (modular programming) - Introduction to GUI programming
Lecture - Markus Schellenberg
  • Bachelor
5.04.255Ü4 Programming course C++ (Programmierkurs C++) Friday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 18/10/19), Übung Programmierkurs C++

Description:
Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples
Exercises 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
  • Bachelor
5.06.700 Case Study Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (from 16/10/19), Location: W16A 013, W16A 011
Donnerstag: 08:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (from 17/10/19), Location: W16A 013, W06 0-008
Dates on Tuesday. 15.10.19 15:00 - 18:00, Room: W16A 015/016

Description:
In this seminar you will design an energy supply system for a typical consumer. Apart from the energy management aspects you will get insights in to site management, economical and social aspects of energy consumption. In this seminar you will design an energy supply system for a typical consumer. Apart from the energy management aspects you will get insights in to site management, economical and social aspects of energy consumption.
Seminar - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
Dr. Herena Torio
  • Master
5.06.009 Evaluation PPRE EUREC WS 2019/20 The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
For a continuous improvement of both PPRE (1st semester) and EUREC (core semster in Oldenburg), students are asked to evaluate the winter semester 2019/2020. For a continuous improvement of both PPRE (1st semester) and EUREC (core semster in Oldenburg), students are asked to evaluate the winter semester 2019/2020.
Miscellaneous - Eduard Knagge, Dipl.-Ing.
5.04.898 Bremen Oldenburg Relativity Seminar Friday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kunz-Drolshagen
Claus Lämmerzahl
5.06.011 Introductory Lab Dates on Tuesday. 01.10.19 - Friday. 04.10.19, Monday. 07.10.19 - Friday. 11.10.19 08:00 - 18:00
Description:
Practical - Dr. Herena Torio
Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
  • Master
5.04.618 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering I, lecture Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), Location: W32 0-005
Friday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 18/10/19), Location: W32 0-005
Dates on Monday. 10.02.20 14:00 - 16:00, Room: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)

Description:
Students obtain basic knowledge in application of mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and engineering - Vector algebra (vectors in 2- and 3-space, vector products, planes, lines, cylindrical and spherical coordinates) - Preliminary calculus (elementary functions, limits, series, differentiation, integration) - Preliminary complex analysis - Introduction to ordinary differential equations - Partial differentiation - Vector calculus (scalar and vector fields, vector operators, line, surface and volume integrals, divergence and Stokes’ theorem) Students obtain basic knowledge in application of mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and engineering - Vector algebra (vectors in 2- and 3-space, vector products, planes, lines, cylindrical and spherical coordinates) - Preliminary calculus (elementary functions, limits, series, differentiation, integration) - Preliminary complex analysis - Introduction to ordinary differential equations - Partial differentiation - Vector calculus (scalar and vector fields, vector operators, line, surface and volume integrals, divergence and Stokes’ theorem)
Lecture 8 PD Dr. Stefan Uppenkamp, Dipl.-Phys.
  • Bachelor
5.04.624c Introduction to Renewable Energies Wednesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 23/10/19)

Description:
Introduction into the areas of renewable energies, with special emphasis on energy conversion and utilization, based on complex physical models. The student will be able to understand the fundamental principles of the field renewable energies. Contents: Energy supply and demand; energy use & climate change, energy resources; renewable energy sources (resources, technology & application): photovoltaics, solar thermal systems and power plants, wind power, hydropower, geothermal energy, biomass; hydrogen technology and fuel cells; energy storage; sustainable energy supply. Introduction into the areas of renewable energies, with special emphasis on energy conversion and utilization, based on complex physical models. The student will be able to understand the fundamental principles of the field renewable energies. Contents: Energy supply and demand; energy use & climate change, energy resources; renewable energy sources (resources, technology & application): photovoltaics, solar thermal systems and power plants, wind power, hydropower, geothermal energy, biomass; hydrogen technology and fuel cells; energy storage; sustainable energy supply.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Dr. Detlev Heinemann
  • Bachelor
5.04.4586 Advanced Topics Speech and Audio Processing Dates on Monday. 14.10.19 14:00 - 16:00, Thursday. 17.10.19 12:00 - 14:00, Monday. 04.11.19 14:00 - 16:00, Thursday. 07.11.19 12:00 - 14:00, Monday. 11.11.19, Monday. 18.11.19 14:00 - 16:00, Thursday. 21.11.19 12:00 - 14:00, Monday. 25.11.19 14:00 - 16:00, Thursday. 28.11.19 12:00 - 14:00, Monday. 02.12.19 14:00 - 16:00, Thursday. 05.12.19 12:00 - 14:00 ...(more)
Room: W02 1-156, W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum), W32 1-113

Description:
The students will gain in-depth knowledge on the subjects’ speech and audio processing. The practical part of the course mediates insight about important properties of the methods treated in a self-study approach, while the application and transfer of theoretical concepts to practical applications is gained by implementing algorithms on a computer. content: After reviewing the basic principles of speech processing and statistical signal processing (adaptive filtering, estimation theory), this course covers techniques and underlying algorithms that are essential in many modern-day speech communication and audio processing systems (e.g. mobile phones, hearing aids, headphones): acoustic echo and feedback cancellation, noise reduction, dereverberation, microphone and loudspeaker array processing, active noise control. During the exercises a typical hands-free speech communication or audio processing system is implemented (in Matlab). The students will gain in-depth knowledge on the subjects’ speech and audio processing. The practical part of the course mediates insight about important properties of the methods treated in a self-study approach, while the application and transfer of theoretical concepts to practical applications is gained by implementing algorithms on a computer. content: After reviewing the basic principles of speech processing and statistical signal processing (adaptive filtering, estimation theory), this course covers techniques and underlying algorithms that are essential in many modern-day speech communication and audio processing systems (e.g. mobile phones, hearing aids, headphones): acoustic echo and feedback cancellation, noise reduction, dereverberation, microphone and loudspeaker array processing, active noise control. During the exercises a typical hands-free speech communication or audio processing system is implemented (in Matlab).
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
  • Master
  • Promotion
5.04.6570 Fundamentals of Optics Monday: 09:00 - 13:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), T141 HS EL

Description:
First meeting Monday, 9-13, Emden, T141 The students acquire broad theoretical and experimental knowledge of optics together with the necessary physical background. In the laboratory they acquire practical skills during application of their knowledge from lecture. The module prepares the students to work in the field of optical science and engineering in general, and yields the base for all further specialisations within the field of optics and laser technology. Content: Fundamental and advanced concepts of optics. Topics include: reflection and refraction, optical properties of matter, polarisation, dielectric function and complex index of refraction, evanescent waves, dispersion and absorption of light, Seidel’s abberations, Sellmeier’s equations, optical systems, wave optics, Fourier analysis, wave packets, chirp, interference, interferometry, spatial and temporal coherence, diffraction (Huygens, Fraunhofer, Fresnel), focussing and optical resolution, brilliance, Fourier optics, optics at short wavelengths (extreme UV and X-rays). First meeting Monday, 9-13, Emden, T141 The students acquire broad theoretical and experimental knowledge of optics together with the necessary physical background. In the laboratory they acquire practical skills during application of their knowledge from lecture. The module prepares the students to work in the field of optical science and engineering in general, and yields the base for all further specialisations within the field of optics and laser technology. Content: Fundamental and advanced concepts of optics. Topics include: reflection and refraction, optical properties of matter, polarisation, dielectric function and complex index of refraction, evanescent waves, dispersion and absorption of light, Seidel’s abberations, Sellmeier’s equations, optical systems, wave optics, Fourier analysis, wave packets, chirp, interference, interferometry, spatial and temporal coherence, diffraction (Huygens, Fraunhofer, Fresnel), focussing and optical resolution, brilliance, Fourier optics, optics at short wavelengths (extreme UV and X-rays).
Lecture - Ulrich Teubner
  • Master
5.06.012 Socio-Economic Fundamentals Wednesday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 16/10/19)

Description:
Lecture 2 Simone Malz
  • Master
5.04.4070Ü Übung zu Fluid Dynamics I / Fluiddynamik I Tuesday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Prof. Dr. Laura Lukassen
  • Master
5.04.255Ü3 Programming course C++ (Programmierkurs C++) Tuesday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19), Übung Programmierkurs C++

Description:
Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples
Exercises 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
  • Bachelor
5.06.014 Radiation & Matter Monday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)
Tuesday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Thursday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

Description:
Practical - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Andreas Günther
Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
  • Master
5.04.612Ü4 Exercises Mechanics Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 M. Sc. Apostolos Langidis
  • Bachelor
5.06.013 Primer in RE Tuesday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Thursday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

Description:
Introduction to Simulation & Modelling Introduction to Simulation & Modelling
Lecture 2 Robin Knecht
Dr. Herena Torio
Paul Ziethe
  • Master
5.06.017 Heat Transfer Monday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)
Tuesday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Thursday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

Description:
Practical - Andreas Günther
Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
  • Master
5.04.4207 Processing and analysis of biomedical data Monday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), Location: W16A 004
Thursday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 17/10/19), Location: W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum)

Description:
This course introduces basic concepts of statistics and signal processing and applies them to real-world examples of bio-medical data. In the second part of the course, recorded datasets are noise-reduced, analyzed, and discussed in views of which statistical tests and analysis methods are appropriate for the underlying data. The course forms a bridge between theory and application and offers the students the means and tools to set up and analyze their future datasets in a meaningful manner. content: Normal distributions and significance testing, Monte-Carlo bootstrap techniques, Linear regression, Correlation, Signal-to-noise estimation, Principal component analysis, Confi-dence intervals, Dipole source analysis, Analysis of variance Each technique is explained, tested and discussed in the exercises. This course introduces basic concepts of statistics and signal processing and applies them to real-world examples of bio-medical data. In the second part of the course, recorded datasets are noise-reduced, analyzed, and discussed in views of which statistical tests and analysis methods are appropriate for the underlying data. The course forms a bridge between theory and application and offers the students the means and tools to set up and analyze their future datasets in a meaningful manner. content: Normal distributions and significance testing, Monte-Carlo bootstrap techniques, Linear regression, Correlation, Signal-to-noise estimation, Principal component analysis, Confi-dence intervals, Dipole source analysis, Analysis of variance Each technique is explained, tested and discussed in the exercises.
Lecture 2 Thomas Brand
PD Dr. Stefan Uppenkamp, Dipl.-Phys.
Dr. Stephan Ewert, Dipl.-Phys.
  • Master
  • Promotion
5.06.016 Fluids Monday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)
Tuesday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Thursday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)
Dates on Monday. 14.10.19 13:15 - 15:00

Description:
Practical - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
Andreas Günther
  • Master
5.04.255Ü2 Programming course C++ (Programmierkurs C++) Tuesday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

Description:
Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples
Exercises 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
  • Bachelor
5.04.638 Ü5 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Ayham Zedan
  • Bachelor
5.06.036 Energy Storage Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/11/19), Location: W16A 015/016
Wednesday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 20/11/19), Location: W16A 013
Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 22/11/19), Location: W16A 015/016
Dates on Friday. 01.11.19, Friday. 15.11.19, Friday. 06.12.19, Friday. 20.12.19 13:00 - 18:00, Friday. 10.01.20 12:00 - 14:00, Room: W16A 015/016, W04 1-162

Description:
The lecture course, held by Prof. R. Steinberger, introduces Hydrogen as Energy carrier and fuel cells as efficient, emmission-free energy converters. The lecture course, held by Prof. R. Steinberger, introduces Hydrogen as Energy carrier and fuel cells as efficient, emmission-free energy converters.
Lecture - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Prof. Dr. Robert Steinberger-Wilckens
  • Master
5.04.664 Fiber Technology and Integrated Optics Wednesday: 10:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 16/10/19)

Description:
Students acquire basic knowledge for applications and handling of optical fibers and components and for assembling fiber systems Content: properties and preparation of optical fibers, fiber connections, optical fiber components, active optical fibers, photonic crystal fibers, polarization management, fiber optical amplifiers and lasers, Raman fiber amplifier and laser, fiber optical sensors, optical metrology Students acquire basic knowledge for applications and handling of optical fibers and components and for assembling fiber systems Content: properties and preparation of optical fibers, fiber connections, optical fiber components, active optical fibers, photonic crystal fibers, polarization management, fiber optical amplifiers and lasers, Raman fiber amplifier and laser, fiber optical sensors, optical metrology
Lecture - Hans Josef Brückner
  • Master
5.04.612Ü2 Exercises Mechanics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - TutorInnen, der Physik
  • Bachelor
5.06.034 Basics of Wind Energy Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 09/12/19), Location: W16A 015/016
Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 12/12/19), Location: W32 1-112
Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 13/12/19), Location: W16A 015/016

Description:
Lecture 2 Dr. Michael Hölling
  • Master
5.04.641 Production Engineering Monday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Aim: Achieving basic knowledge on how to produce objects with defined geometry and properties in an effective and economic way. Content: Overview on manufacturing technologies, like Casting and other primary shaping processes Plastic deformation processes Cutting and separating processes Joining processes Coating processes Changing material properties Aim: Achieving basic knowledge on how to produce objects with defined geometry and properties in an effective and economic way. Content: Overview on manufacturing technologies, like Casting and other primary shaping processes Plastic deformation processes Cutting and separating processes Joining processes Coating processes Changing material properties
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Florian Schmidt
  • Bachelor
5.04.624b Introduction to Biomedical Physics and Acoustics Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)

Description:
In dieser Veranstaltung stellen die Arbeitsgruppen der Fakultät 6, die sich mit Biomedizinischer Physik und Akustik beschäftigen, im Rahmen einer Ringvorlesung einführende Aspekte ihrer Bereiche vor. Hierbei handelt es sich um Medizinische Strahlenphysik, Audiologie, Signalverarbeitung und Akustik. This course is part of the Curriculum of the PhD programs "Auditory Science" and “Neurosensory Science and Systems". In dieser Veranstaltung stellen die Arbeitsgruppen der Fakultät 6, die sich mit Biomedizinischer Physik und Akustik beschäftigen, im Rahmen einer Ringvorlesung einführende Aspekte ihrer Bereiche vor. Hierbei handelt es sich um Medizinische Strahlenphysik, Audiologie, Signalverarbeitung und Akustik. This course is part of the Curriculum of the PhD programs "Auditory Science" and “Neurosensory Science and Systems".
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Björn Poppe
Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
Prof. Dr. Steven van de Par
Prof. Birger Kollmeier
Dr. rer. nat. Hui Khee Looe
  • Bachelor
5.04.638 Ü2 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Nils Brüdigam
  • Bachelor
5.06.022 Energy Systems Wednesday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 16/10/19)

Description:
%%Discussion of the following questions:%% - How to supply energy to all people? - How will energy production/consumption look like in the future? - What are the available resources? - Which technologies will be available? - What are the conditions? - How can energy be used in human-friendly manner? %%Topics:%% Energy basics, energy resources, global energy overview, energy scenarios, techno-economic aspects of energy use (external costs, life cycle analysis, ..), environmental effects of energy use (greenhouse gas emissions, ozone, ..), conventional and advanced power plant technologies, power distribution, advanced storage technologies, solar thermal power plants, geothermal and ocean energies %%Discussion of the following questions:%% - How to supply energy to all people? - How will energy production/consumption look like in the future? - What are the available resources? - Which technologies will be available? - What are the conditions? - How can energy be used in human-friendly manner? %%Topics:%% Energy basics, energy resources, global energy overview, energy scenarios, techno-economic aspects of energy use (external costs, life cycle analysis, ..), environmental effects of energy use (greenhouse gas emissions, ozone, ..), conventional and advanced power plant technologies, power distribution, advanced storage technologies, solar thermal power plants, geothermal and ocean energies
Lecture 2 Dr. Detlev Heinemann
  • Master
5.04.255Ü1 Programming course C++ (Programmierkurs C++) Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19), Übung Programmierkurs C++

Description:
Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples
Exercises 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
  • Bachelor
5.04.4070 Fluid Dynamics I / Fluiddynamik I Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19), 00

Description:
Fluiddynamik I: Grundgleichungen: Navier-Stokes-Gleichung, Kontinuitätsgleichung, Bernoulli-Gleichung; Wirbel- und Energiegleichungen; Laminare Flüsse und Stabilitätsanalyse; exakte Lösungen, Anwendungen Lehrsprache: "This course will be held in English. If no international students should participate, the course language can also be switched to German." Fluiddynamik I: Grundgleichungen: Navier-Stokes-Gleichung, Kontinuitätsgleichung, Bernoulli-Gleichung; Wirbel- und Energiegleichungen; Laminare Flüsse und Stabilitätsanalyse; exakte Lösungen, Anwendungen Lehrsprache: "This course will be held in English. If no international students should participate, the course language can also be switched to German."
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Laura Lukassen
  • Master
5.04.4061 Wind Energy Physics Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

Description:
Physical properties of fluids, wind characterization and anemometers, aerodynamic aspects of wind energy conversion, dimensional analysis, (pi-theorem), and wind turbine performance, design of wind turbines, electrical systems. Physical properties of fluids, wind characterization and anemometers, aerodynamic aspects of wind energy conversion, dimensional analysis, (pi-theorem), and wind turbine performance, design of wind turbines, electrical systems.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
  • Master
5.04.4599 Multiscale Computational Methods for Complex Molecular Systems Dates on Monday. 17.02.20 - Friday. 21.02.20 09:00 - 14:00
Description:
The course will explore physical models and computational approaches used for the simulations of Meso-Bio-Nano (MBN) systems and the investigation of their structure and dynamics at the atomic level of detail. The course is based on practical exercises with the universal computational package MBN Explorer and MBN Studio, as well as with the biophysical programs NAMD and VMD. In particular, the case studies of atomic clusters, nanoparticles, biomolecular systems, nanomaterials, composite materials and material interfaces, crystalline, liquid and gaseous systems, thermo-mechanical properties of materials, dynamical, collision, chemical and irradiation driven multiscale phenomena will be discussed. Relevant physical concepts, mathematical techniques and computational methods will be introduced, including force fields and algorithms used in molecular modeling, molecular dynamics, and Monte Carlo simulations on parallel computers The course will explore physical models and computational approaches used for the simulations of Meso-Bio-Nano (MBN) systems and the investigation of their structure and dynamics at the atomic level of detail. The course is based on practical exercises with the universal computational package MBN Explorer and MBN Studio, as well as with the biophysical programs NAMD and VMD. In particular, the case studies of atomic clusters, nanoparticles, biomolecular systems, nanomaterials, composite materials and material interfaces, crystalline, liquid and gaseous systems, thermo-mechanical properties of materials, dynamical, collision, chemical and irradiation driven multiscale phenomena will be discussed. Relevant physical concepts, mathematical techniques and computational methods will be introduced, including force fields and algorithms used in molecular modeling, molecular dynamics, and Monte Carlo simulations on parallel computers
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Ilia Solov'yov
  • Master
5.04.4218 Auditory Scene Analysis in Speech and Music Monday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Lecture 2 Kai Siedenburg
Ph.D. Marion David
  • Master
5.04.4243 a Python Programming in Energy Science I Monday: 13:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 04/11/19)
Dates on Monday. 28.10.19 12:00 - 14:00, Monday. 18.11.19, Monday. 02.12.19, Monday. 16.12.19, Monday. 13.01.20, Monday. 27.01.20 13:00 - 16:00

Description:
This course addresses students studying in the field of energy science. It is tailored to introduce students to the extremely popular programming language Python, which is widely used in energy research (and beyond). Please bring your own laptop - this course will feature hands-on programming and practical exercises. This programming course consists of two courses (5.04.4243 a and b; 3+3 CP), starting in the winter term 2019/20. The second part will be taught during the summer term 2020. Established as a pilot in winter term 2019/20, it is intended to have a full 6 CP course from winter term 2020/21 onwards. This course addresses students studying in the field of energy science. It is tailored to introduce students to the extremely popular programming language Python, which is widely used in energy research (and beyond). Please bring your own laptop - this course will feature hands-on programming and practical exercises. This programming course consists of two courses (5.04.4243 a and b; 3+3 CP), starting in the winter term 2019/20. The second part will be taught during the summer term 2020. Established as a pilot in winter term 2019/20, it is intended to have a full 6 CP course from winter term 2020/21 onwards.
Lecture - Dr. Jonas Schmidt
Dr. Martin Dörenkämper
Dr. Lukas Vollmer
Dr. Hassan Kassem
  • Master
5.04.638 Ü4 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Kathryna Roach
  • Bachelor
5.04.255 Programming course C++ (Programmierkurs C++ VL) Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples Aim/ learning outcomes: • learning of the programming language C++ and understanding of basic concepts of programming • finding and correcting programming errors • development of computer programs and organization of complex projects • working with software libraries • independent analysis of scientific problems and their implementation in C++ Content: Linux basics, the C++ programming language (e.g. data types, loops, functions, classes, templates), compiler (function, process), OpenSource tools (e.g. make, gnuplot), implementation of numerical algorithms as application examples
Lecture 2 Dr. Stefan Harfst
  • Bachelor
5.04.4207 Ü Übungen zur Statistik für PTM Thursday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Prof. Dr. Marc René Schädler
  • Bachelor
  • Master
5.04.638 Ü7 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

Description:
Exercises 2 Halidou Aboubakar
  • Bachelor
5.04.6610 Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 15/10/19), W23 1-113

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The seminar "Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy" is part of "Advanced Metrology" and might be offered parallel with the seminar of "Applied Photonics I / Spectrophysics" (depending on the amount of participants). Examination: presentation in each part. Further organisation via 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy. Please register there as well. - Demonstrate knowledge, fundamental understanding and critical awareness of current research fields in state-of-the-art optical microscopy. - Personal development through practice of communication, presentation, time management, teamwork, problem solving, project management, critical evaluation, numeracy, and IT skills. - Students are able to prepare a written scientific report on their own and present their results in an appropriate way to the group; in particular to understand, analyze, classify and work on an advanced microscopy topic, thoroughly study the recommended (and further) literature; find and critically check relevant literature make and incorporate their own thoughts, write down and present their results in a mathematically correct and comprehensible way, finish in time. Topics to be covered will include: microscopy, wave optics, optical imaging, spatial/temporal coherence, light generation/detection, e.g.: - Confocal microscopy - Superresolution microscopy - Single Molecule Imaging - Imaging of living tissue - Raman microscopy - Stochastic microscopy The seminar "Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy" is part of "Advanced Metrology" and might be offered parallel with the seminar of "Applied Photonics I / Spectrophysics" (depending on the amount of participants). Examination: presentation in each part. Further organisation via 5.04.6611 Seminar: Advanced Optical Spectroscopy. Please register there as well. - Demonstrate knowledge, fundamental understanding and critical awareness of current research fields in state-of-the-art optical microscopy. - Personal development through practice of communication, presentation, time management, teamwork, problem solving, project management, critical evaluation, numeracy, and IT skills. - Students are able to prepare a written scientific report on their own and present their results in an appropriate way to the group; in particular to understand, analyze, classify and work on an advanced microscopy topic, thoroughly study the recommended (and further) literature; find and critically check relevant literature make and incorporate their own thoughts, write down and present their results in a mathematically correct and comprehensible way, finish in time. Topics to be covered will include: microscopy, wave optics, optical imaging, spatial/temporal coherence, light generation/detection, e.g.: - Confocal microscopy - Superresolution microscopy - Single Molecule Imaging - Imaging of living tissue - Raman microscopy - Stochastic microscopy
Seminar - Markus Schellenberg
Prof. Dr. Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
  • Master
5.04.091a Seminar to Basic Laboratory (english) Monday: 10:00 - 11:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

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22.10.2019 von 18:00 -20:00 Uhr: Extra Lecture "Error theory and regression analysis" 24.10.2019 von 18:00 -20:00 Uhr: Extra Lecture "Error theory and regression analysis" 22.10.2019 von 18:00 -20:00 Uhr: Extra Lecture "Error theory and regression analysis" 24.10.2019 von 18:00 -20:00 Uhr: Extra Lecture "Error theory and regression analysis"
Seminar 2 Priv.-Doz. Dr. Michael Krüger
Martin Reck
  • Bachelor
5.04.638 Ü1 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Monday: 18:00 - 20:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)

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Exercises - Daryl Teo
  • Bachelor
5.06.800 Internship itself The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical - Robin Knecht
  • Master
5.04.638 Ü6 Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering III Tuesday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 22/10/19)

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Exercises 2 Jing Syuen Wong
  • Bachelor
5.04.4652 Stochastic Processes in Experiments Thursday: 12:00 - 14:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

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Die Studierenden erwerben fortgeschrittene Kenntnisse auf dem Gebiet der nichtlinearen Dynamik experimenteller Systeme. Sie erlangen Fertigkeiten zum sicheren und selbstständigen Umgang mit modernen Konzepten und Methoden der Analyse von Messdaten komplexer Systeme. Sie erweitern ihre Kompetenzen hinsichtlich der Fähigkeiten zur erfolgreichen Bearbeitung anspruchsvoller Probleme mit modernen analytischen und numerischen Methoden, zur selbstständigen Erarbeitung aktueller Fachveröffentlichungen sowie der Bedeutung stochastischer Differentialgleichungen im Kontext unterschiedlicher Anwendungen. Inhalte: Theoretische Grundlagen stochastischer Differentialgleichungen und der Bestimmung ihrer Parameter. Darstellung verschiedener Beispiele für die Schätzung der Parameter stochastischer Differentialgleichungen aus experimentellen Daten unter Berücksichtigung der Besonderheiten der jeweils untersuchten experimentellen Systeme. Die Studierenden erwerben fortgeschrittene Kenntnisse auf dem Gebiet der nichtlinearen Dynamik experimenteller Systeme. Sie erlangen Fertigkeiten zum sicheren und selbstständigen Umgang mit modernen Konzepten und Methoden der Analyse von Messdaten komplexer Systeme. Sie erweitern ihre Kompetenzen hinsichtlich der Fähigkeiten zur erfolgreichen Bearbeitung anspruchsvoller Probleme mit modernen analytischen und numerischen Methoden, zur selbstständigen Erarbeitung aktueller Fachveröffentlichungen sowie der Bedeutung stochastischer Differentialgleichungen im Kontext unterschiedlicher Anwendungen. Inhalte: Theoretische Grundlagen stochastischer Differentialgleichungen und der Bestimmung ihrer Parameter. Darstellung verschiedener Beispiele für die Schätzung der Parameter stochastischer Differentialgleichungen aus experimentellen Daten unter Berücksichtigung der Besonderheiten der jeweils untersuchten experimentellen Systeme.
Seminar 2 Dr. Matthias Wächter, Dipl.-Phys.
  • Master
5.06.701 Final Excursion Renewable Energy Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (from 29/11/19)

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Compulsory for PPRE Master-Students. Part of the Modul: Renewable Energy Project Compulsory for PPRE Master-Students. Part of the Modul: Renewable Energy Project
Study trip - Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
Sandra-Sabrina Schwerz
  • Master
5.06.015 Energy Storage Monday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19)
Tuesday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19)
Thursday: 13:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 17/10/19)

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Practical - Cuauhtemoc Adrian Jimenez Martinez
Andreas Günther
Hans-Gerhard Holtorf, PhD
  • Master
5.04.656 Seminar Fortgeschrittene Themen in EP / Advanced Topics in EP Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 15/11/19)

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Participation = 14 times during 1st to 3rd semester (register for general information) Presentation = ONCE in the last (4th semester). Register and chose a group to book the date for the presentation. Master thesis work in progress or finished; at least one successfully completed specialization module. The seminar is open to all EP students, bachelor as well as master students. If you're into your master thesis or finished up already please propose the topic of your talk and include an abstract, maximum quarter page size, pdf format. You have to book the desired date of your presentation via StudIP by checking into "Participants", ticking in the left hand menu "Groups" and proceed with the date of your choice. Get yourself registered by clicking the second button from the right "Become a memeber of group..." and submit name, topic, and abstract. Each date is to be filled with 2 participants. You'll see immediately the actual status of the schedule (cf. Documents) It is mandatory that you upload above mentioned data on StudIP, e.g. titel & abstract (template: date_name_title.pdf). The presentation and written notes need to be uploaded to StudIP "Documents" likewise at least a week before your scheduled date. Participation = 14 times during 1st to 3rd semester (register for general information) Presentation = ONCE in the last (4th semester). Register and chose a group to book the date for the presentation. Master thesis work in progress or finished; at least one successfully completed specialization module. The seminar is open to all EP students, bachelor as well as master students. If you're into your master thesis or finished up already please propose the topic of your talk and include an abstract, maximum quarter page size, pdf format. You have to book the desired date of your presentation via StudIP by checking into "Participants", ticking in the left hand menu "Groups" and proceed with the date of your choice. Get yourself registered by clicking the second button from the right "Become a memeber of group..." and submit name, topic, and abstract. Each date is to be filled with 2 participants. You'll see immediately the actual status of the schedule (cf. Documents) It is mandatory that you upload above mentioned data on StudIP, e.g. titel & abstract (template: date_name_title.pdf). The presentation and written notes need to be uploaded to StudIP "Documents" likewise at least a week before your scheduled date.
Seminar - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Iván Herráez
Sven Stephan
  • Master
5.04.612 Mechanics Monday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 14/10/19), Location: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)
Tuesday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 15/10/19), Location: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)
Dates on Friday. 14.02.20, Friday. 27.03.20 10:00 - 12:00, Room: W03 1-156, W02 1-148

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Introduction into scientific reasoning; understanding the basic physical principles that govern physical behaviour in the real world, application of these principles to solve practical problems. General introduction to the fundamentals of experimental mechanics. Achieving basic knowledge in reading, understanding and production of technical drawings, getting and overview about the features of CAD-Software, knowing about the basic principles of designing and dimensioning of machine elements. Introduction into scientific reasoning; understanding the basic physical principles that govern physical behaviour in the real world, application of these principles to solve practical problems. General introduction to the fundamentals of experimental mechanics. Achieving basic knowledge in reading, understanding and production of technical drawings, getting and overview about the features of CAD-Software, knowing about the basic principles of designing and dimensioning of machine elements.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
  • Bachelor
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